September 3, 2012

The Terrace Story

I realized how convenient and useful having a terrace is. Every morning at 4:30am, I walk back and forth in the terrace for 30, sometimes 45 minutes while hubby does his set of exercise on the side as well. That's our morning bonding time. Haha!

Before we go in the apartment and prepare our breakfast, hubby sometimes takes picture of the sunrise, the clouds, the streets below us or just anything that fancies him. Because of this terrace, he's back practicing on his camera again.

On weekends, sometimes even on weekdays, hubby takes his camera again and shoots. Here's a couple of shots hubby made that I like.

The moon and the north star

Street 63, Phnom Penh. The city is changing by the minute - tall buildings starting to rise everywhere. 

Just reminiscing - we arrived here three years ago and the city has changed so much since then. Coming from Kuala Lumpur at that time, we felt Phnom Penh was so provincial. But now, there's coffee shop in almost every corner. International brands are popping up like mushrooms in main streets like Sihanouk, Monivong and Norodom Boulevard. Phnom Penh is fast growing into a commercial city.

Back to the terrace, yup it's really beneficial having one. So if you have a terrace, make the most out of it.